Mario Cantone showed up on Comedy Central's The President Show last week as the freshly anointed White House Communications Director, Anthony "The Mooch" Scaramucci. Unfortunately for Cantone, he's not going to get to play that role for long since The Mooch got canned just 10 days after getting the job. But Cantone got to play The Mooch, at least, one more time, as he said farewell to the love of Mooch's life, Donald Trump.
As the show got started, "Trump" (Anthony Atamanuik) was talking to "Vice President Mike Pence" (Peter Grosz) and "Steve Bannon" (John Gemberling), when he said, "We have lost a lot of friends around here lately. Including the only man I ever loved." Right then, Cantone crawled out from inside the couch, saying, "I friggin' love you, Mr. President." Cantone then said, "It's me, the only f**kable guy in the White House."
Unfortunately, "The Mooch" couldn't stay for long, but before he left, he found the silver lining, saying, "At least, now I can go see my wife and newborn son," right before he and "Trump" laughed hysterically. Cantone then followed that up with, "No, I'm not gonna do that."
As Cantone was leaving, he said he had one more "old Italian expression" to share, and then passionately kissed "Trump." Then the giant hand of "General Kelly" reached in and grabbed Cantone, as he yelled out "I Love you, Mr. President. I friggin' love you."